Thursday, 1 February 2018
The super blue blood moon
The most rarest moon appeared last night. The super blue blood moon. It's called "Super Blue Blood Moon". A large moon, another moon in January, and eclipsed red. A "blue" moon occurs during a moon that is a twin in the same month, or a total of 13 moons in a calendar year. That gives last night's special moon the long title of Super Blue Blood Moon. Super, as in strong, closest to Earth, appearing larger and also a full moon phase. Blue moons are rare and an extra moon within the same month. Blood moon as it is red during an eclipse. Such a special moon kept me awake all night last night! An event like this hasn't been seen by anyone since the year 1866.